10x-5y in slope form = 5
10x refers to the number of times the sugar is processed to produce fine powder.
it might not taste as good.
10x sugar, confectioner's sugar and powdered sugar are the same. professional bakers can get different finenesses of sugar, but in the supermarket the above are interchangeable.
what is the slope-intercept form of the equation 15y=10x+12
there is no standard form for an expression.
the 4x just refers to how finely the sugar has been ground. for example 10x sugar is powdered or confectioners sugar. the larger the number the finer the grind.
10x-5y = 50 -5y = -10x+50 y = 2x-10 which is now in slope intercept form
confectioners sugar is usually referred to as 10x, this means that is has been ground more finely than granulated sugar. granulated sugar is a more coarse version.
you can, it's just not marked as such. basic powdered or confectioner's sugar unless it is marked 10x is the same as 4x powdered sugar.
2x(3x + 5)
that is about 2.2 cups
10 x sugar has corn starch in it so it has thickening properties that regular sugar does not. if you are in a pinch you could conceivably substitute but remove a table spoon of flour per cup of sugar from your recipe.
10x - 5x + 5x = 10x
yes. basically, they are the same. the 10x refers to the times the sugar has been processed, or ground. powdered or confectioners is the same thing. a small amount of cornstarch is sometimes added to help prevent the sugar from clumping together. this sugar can also be made from regular granulated sugar, by using a magic bullet or other similar device. large blenders do not work well as some shaking is required to get all the sugar crystals ground. however, when measuring you must measure the powdered, end product.
10x means.. ten times as in multiply something 10x or magnify 10x.
if you mean: -10x+4-10x+5 then it is 9-20x when simplified
that depends on which walmart you regularly shop at, but all in all they do.
10x-1476 = -1466
2x -10x = -8
2-10x = -8
10x-8 = 2